Shareware beats Photoshop :
On the newstands before I went away was an edition of the weekly British Journal of Photography. This respected pro journal had done a group-test of image-editing software, looking at the image-enlarging functions. Since getting a digital image to a size where it prints nicely is important (for print), it was interesting that the BJP’s lab bench concluded that Photoshop ‘s bicubic interpolation wasn’t the best option. The smart resize function of the humble shareware Paint Shop Pro came out top of the pile. So if you’re a digital photographer who’s about to mount a print show of your digital photos, use PSP to get them to print resolution.